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Randazzo to lend his voice to Gavenus Photography exhibit this month. [1/16] 

Gavenus Photography is proud to announce that singer/songwriter Ed Randazzo will lend his voice to the opening reception of "Marchers of the Movement: Selma and the Foot Soldiers Story."  Ed will perform select songs from the Movement.

A note from the photographer:
"I have been documenting the Civil Rights Movement for more than 10 years. The project focuses on Selma and the courageous Foot Soldiers that changed our nation.

This exhibit allows me to bring together the photographs I have made and share the stories I have been told.  It's a powerful story that people of all ages need to hear, so bring the kids. This may be their only opportunity hear this part of history."

The exhibit will run January 12 - Feb. 26, 2015 at The Widmann Gallery inside The Sheeny-Farmer Campus Center on the campus of King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.  A gallery presentation will be held on January 16, 2015 (6-8pm) where Jim (Gavenus) will tell THEIR story as well as hold an open Q&A with the public.

This is your chance to see living history and meet the man behind the lens.

As most of you know, Jim is Ed’s resident photographer. The two have been working together since 2010.

Ed set to appear at 'Live at Downtown Arts' event [11/26] 

I've been invited to sit in and sing a few tunes as part of THIS night of music!  
We'll be celebrating the release of Mike's forthcoming record, "Parking Meters" in the intimate surrounding that is one of the most breathtaking venues in Northeast, Pa!  Make plans now to join us for this 'Live at Downtown Arts' holiday event!
My thanks to Mike & Bret for this tremendous opportunity!

Check out Shows for event details.

Randazzo in the studio working on record #3! 

Ed is currently in the studio working on record #3!
He is again working alongside writing partner/producer Bret Alexander.  The pair are working at Alexander's studio (Saturation Acres) in DuPont, Pennsylvania.
Both are quite pleased with the progress being made.  Finer details are that demoing of the newest material is almost complete and that record #3 will be another full-length release backed by a full band.  
Local great, Tommy Smallcomb (The New York Times Band; Traffik Jam) is on board and will be lending his talents as sole percussionist for this project.  Additional guest musicians have also been invited to join Ed and Bret in the studio.  Their names will be revealed as the project moves forward and solidifies. 
Stay tuned...